We believe the Internet has strayed from its roots and become too centralized and inefficient. Today, streaming video accounts for 70% of all Internet traffic and broadcasters are already encountering huge scalability and stream quality issues due to a server-centric approach. This approach is rooted in the fact that, until recently, HTTP was the only communication protocol that web browsers supported. This meant that browsers could only communicate with HTTP servers. Then came WebRTC, which made it possible for browsers to communicate directly with other browsers.
When Google created WebRTC back in 2012, we saw an opportunity to create a truly seamless CDN service, one that did not require end users to install a proprietary client. Now that WebRTC and the HTML5
<video> tag are broadly deployed, our vision of creating a massively distributed, infinitely scalable and geographically ubiquitous video CDN has been realized!
We are a group of engineers and technologists with a passion for distributed computing. We have diverse experience across big data analytics, large-scale web application infrastructure, virtualization,
We have an office in New York City, New York, USA.
If you have a passion for solving big problems and want to join the team, then contact us.